A four-module course with a three-step guide to sit with and let go of anxiety, depression, people-pleasing and anger.
Deep down you might feel like you're...
'Not good enough.'
'Not wanted or loved.'
'Not worth it.'
'A bad person.'
We weren't taught how to sit with our pain.
Only to see the positives and move on.
Now we have neuroscience to understand anxiety, depression, anger and people-pleasing and the practical steps to let it go.
Stop facing battle after battle inside your head just to stay afloat.
Wake up feeling comfortable in your own skin, knowing you have the tools to face anything that life throws you.
If we haven't met, I'm Bronte Spicer. I had depression from the age of 14 for twenty-two years. In the mornings, I would be filled with dread that I had to face another day. In my early twenties, one of my lowest moments was sitting on my bed, staring at my jam-packed basket of washing, willing myself to put a load of washing on. It seemed like an insurmountable task. Crippled by deep-seated self-loathing believing I was stupid, a loser, bad, not good enough and a hopeless case that nobody could fix, it was the tools I teach in this course that walked me out of depression and into knowing how to accept and release every negative thought or overwhelming feeling that comes my way.
With this course you will know the practical steps to resolve any problem you have in your life.
In the course you will receive:
This taught me to allow the feelings to arise and process. I wish I had have known this when I was going into my teens.
After decades of countless appointments with psychologists which only seemed to reinforce my belief that there was something wrong with me, I have found these tools more effective and helpful than any other methods.
The monster in my mind has gone.
The results have been truly life changing, I use the tools daily. It is easy and accessible and my mental health and overall wellbeing continually improves because of it.
These strategies have transformed my life. Bronte has taught me how to be with my feelings and love all parts of myself - especially the yuck bits.
The feeling's gone.
It has given me the skills and courage to welcome in all of my feelings - even the painful and scary ones. This has and will continue to change my life for the better.
I am calmer about challenging situations knowing these tools.
I feel calmer.
I cope with those moments of sadness better. I don't suppress anymore.
I am calmer. My mind isn't crazy all the time.
Thank you for this life-changing practice.
I feel so strong and empowered.
I feel better.
I no longer feel as though there's something wrong with me.
This is the first thing I've found that I would consider a cure for anxiety.
Using the tools is such an easy thing to do when difficult moments arise. It can diffuse situations quickly.
This was really informative and gave me a new perspective. I like the emphasis on accepting all emotions and not shutting them down.
“Learning to identify and welcome a difficult emotion within a specific part of my body as a helpful messenger rather than an enemy to be avoided was very useful for me and will be when having wellbeing chats with students.” - Carl Rusbridge, BLFO
MODULE ONE: GET TO THE ROOT
Identify the root of all your problems.
MODULE TWO: BECOME TRAUMA-INFORMED
Learn the science behind trauma and about how feeling your feelings can ease your pain.
MODULE THREE: CREATE A SAFE SPACE
Learn simple ways to stop getting so overwhelmed and start self-regulating.
MODULE FOUR: PROCESS YOUR THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS
Learn the 'MEET. GREET. TREAT.' model to accept and let go of your pain.
The information in this course is for educational purposes only and is not intended in any way to be a replacement for, or substitute to qualified medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or as a replacement for, or substitute to psychological advice, diagnosis or treatment, or therapy from a fully-qualified person.
Should you have medical concerns, please seek independent advice. As you learn the techniques in this course that I used to dissolve my depression, should it raise any concerns for you, please seek advice from a mental health professional or call Lifeline on 131114.
If you think you are suffering from a medical or psychological condition, consult your doctor or other appropriately qualified professional or service immediately.
I am a Kiloby Inquiries Facilitator and not a physician, mental health or addictions counselor. I do not give advice about how to live one’s life. I do not employ psychological techniques to improve one’s thinking, personal story or belief systems. What I aim to do is assist people in seeing through their identity, not constructing or changing it, as mental health counselors or therapists do.